Resources on COVID 19

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Anti-Racism in the Renewing of Christian Worship Topical Study on COVID-19 and Worship As containment of COVID-19/novel coronavirus forces your worshiping community to implement 'shelter in place' worship and practice social isolation, we offer these resources to help you plan and cope in ways that encourage and support your community. Worship and Faithfulness in the Age of COVID-19 Service Outline by Daniel Benedict http://um-insight.net/in-the-church/ordained-ministry/worship-amid-the-coronavirus-pandemic Service Outline by Daniel Benedict Topics: Worship Planning , Liturgy , Holy Week , Faithfulness Source: United Methodist Insight Amid COVID-19 concerns, Daniel Benedict urges faithful worship while we are physically separated, offering tips and suggested liturgies, including those for planning Holy Week worship. COVID-19 Has Helped Our Church to Pray More Fervently Article by Matthias Lohmann https://www.9marks.org/article/covid-19-has-helped-our-church-to-pray-more-fervently/ Article by Matthias Lohmann Topics: Prayer Source: 9Marks In this article, Matthias Lohmann shares how the prayer ministry at his church has grown and thrived under COVID-19 restrictions. F.A.M.I.L.Y Worship during COVID-19 Article by Josh Laxton https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2020/march/family-worship-during-covid-19.html Article by Josh Laxton Topics: Family , Worship , Worship Planning Source: Christianity Today In this article, Josh Laxton gives some practical advice about worshiping with one's family during the COVID-19 pandemic and offers six steps for unpacking scripture. COVID-19 Shutdowns Are Shifting Seminary Education Article by Kate Shellnutt https://www.christianitytoday.com/news/2020/april/coronavirus-seminary-fuller-southern-adapt-enrollment.html Article by Kate Shellnutt Topics: Education Source: Christianity Today In this article, Kate Shellnutt reports on how the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic are creating an even greater urgency for seminaries to adapt to financial constraints, reduced campus sizes, and budget cuts. The Lord’s Supper and COVID-19 Practical How-To https://network.crcna.org/worship/lord%E2%80%99s-supper-and-covid-19 Practical How-To Topics: Sacraments , Lord’s Supper , Worship Planning Source: The CRC Network ... (CRCNA) discusses the celebration of the sacraments during COVID-19 restrictions. The insights are gleaned from scripture, church ... The Ministry of Preaching in the Time of COVID-19 Article by Matt Erickson https://www.preachingtoday.com/skills/2020/march/ministry-of-preaching-in-time-of-covid-19.html Article by Matt Erickson Topics: Sermon , Gospel Source: Preaching Today In this article, Matt Erickson reflects on what to keep the same and what to change in one's preaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 and Prisons (Part 2) Article by Hannah Bowman https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2020/05/29/covid-19-and-prisons-part-2/ Article by Hannah Bowman Topics: Ministry , Ethics , Community , Incarceration Source: The Living Church Hannah Bowman's article, second in a two-part series, details how COVID-19 is throwing into sharp relief the suffering already present in prisons. What should the church do? Bowman says we need to cultivate an "abolitionist imagination." COVID-19, Wilderness and Humanity Article by Andrew Stephen Damick https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/asd/2020/03/12/covid-19-wilderness-and-man/ Article by Andrew Stephen Damick Topics: Wilderness Source: Ancient Faith Blog Things will settle out in this COVID-19 crisis and competing authorities will finally converge on a consensus, but our problem with the hostile wilderness will remain. COVID-19 Makes It Crucial to Be More Thoughtful with Your Words Article by Mitch Carnell https://day1.org/articles/5ed14a996615fb33a00000dc/mitch-carnell-covid19-makes-it-crucial-to-be-more-thoughtful-with-your-words Article by Mitch Carnell Topics: Language , Comfort , Hope Source: Day1 During this unwanted COVID-19 pause in our lives, we need to take care that our words are comforting and healing. COVID-19 and Prisons (Part 1) Article by Hannah Bowman https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2020/05/22/covid-19-and-prisons-part-1/ Article by Hannah Bowman Topics: Ethics , Justice , Incarceration , Prison Source: The Living Church Hannah Bowman's article, the first in a two-part series, talks about the effect of COVID-19 on the US prison system and society at large. The pandemic is revealing the failings of both state and the Church. COVID-19 Resources for Churches and Individuals Article by The Evangelical Covenant Church https://covchurch.org/covid-19/ Article by The Evangelical Covenant Church Topics: Church , Worship , Worship Planning Source: The Evangelical Covenant Church The Evangelical Covenant Church offers resources, including links to online worship services, for churches and families in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To Speak of Thy Mystery: Communing Amid COVID-19 Article by Andrew Stephen Damick https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxyandheterodoxy/2020/06/09/to-speak-of-thy-mystery-communing-amid-covid-19/ Article by Andrew Stephen Damick Topics: Mystery , Eucharist Source: Ancient Faith Ministries In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick looks at the question, "Can you get infected by a COVID-19 from communion?" Prayers for Healing and Hope (COVID-19) Element of Worship by My Catholic Life https://mycatholic.life/catholic-prayers/a-prayer-for-healing-and-hope/#popefrancis Element of Worship by My Catholic Life Topics: Prayer , Healing Source: My Catholic Life My Catholic Life lists Catholic prayers for healing and comfort during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 Resources - Moravian Church Article by Moravian Church https://www.moravian.org/covid19resources/ Article by Moravian Church Topics: Church , Worship Source: The Moravian Church The Moravian Church offers resources for churches in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Preaching in the COVID-19 Moment Practical How-To by Scott E Hoezee https://cep.calvinseminary.edu/covid-19/ Practical How-To by Scott E Hoezee Topics: Preaching , Resurrection Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching In this pastoral letter to pastors on preaching in a time of COVID-19, Scott Hoezee shows how the resurrection emerges from the real world of sorrow and uncertainty with a message for that same world. COVID-19 and the Church's Religious Liberty Article by Andrew Walker https://factsandtrends.net/2020/04/06/covid-19-and-the-churchs-religious-liberty/ Article by Andrew Walker Topics: Religious Liberty Source: LifeWay In this article, Andrew Walker considers the US federal government’s actions to dull the COVID-19 crisis and how its actions intersect with the church’s religious liberty. 10 Ways Christians Can Exemplify Faith and Peace during COVID-19 Article by Joel Ryan https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/spiritual-life/10-ways-christians-can-exemplify-faith-and-peace-during-covid-19.html Article by Joel Ryan Topics: Compassion , Prayer , Faith , Charity Source: Cross Walk In this article, Joel Ryan offers ways that Christians can reflect their faith during the COVID-19 pandemic that include compassion, responsibility, charity, and prayer. The Pastoral Challenge of a Brooklyn Church and COVID-19 Article by Gary V Simpson https://faithandleadership.com/gary-v-simpson-pastoral-challenge-brooklyn-church-and-covid-19 Article by Gary V Simpson Topics: Church , Death , Life Source: Faith and Leadership From one of the COVID-19 pandemic’s epicenters, a minister describes his congregation’s experience through death and new life over the last four months. Litany for the One-Year Anniversary of Covid-19 Lockdowns Element of Worship by Edie Lenz https://www.faithward.org/litany-for-the-one-year-anniversary-of-covid-19-lockdowns/ Element of Worship by Edie Lenz Topics: Worship Planning , Lament , Grief Source: Faithward A litany for the one-year anniversary of lockdown measures due to Covid-19. It is imagined as a conversation between two people, with one reading the “We pause” and a second the rest. COVID-19: Living by Probabilities or Providence? Article by Mike Emlet http://www.ccef.org/covid-19-living-by-probabilities-or-providence/ Article by Mike Emlet Topics: Providence , Heidelberg Catechism Source: Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation The COVID-19 pandemic is making statisticians of us all. Mike Emlet argues that our Christian faith should focus less on probabilities and more on the providence of God.